physiology
BU's M.S.C.E.P. program is the only graduate-level program in Illinois to be endorsed by the American College of Sports Medicine.
Contact us
Regina Schurman, Ed.D., R.C.E.P., C.P.A.
* MSCEP Program and Research Coordinator
rschurman@ben.edu
Phone: (630) 829-2171
Fax: (630) 829-6547

* The Activities of Daily Living Performance Enhancement Center Coordinator
Villa St. Benedict
Phone: (630) 725-6563
Fax: (630) 725-6564

By mail
Benedictine University
Birck Hall, Room 348
5700 College Road
Lisle, IL 60532


Office Assistant
Phone: (630) 829-6563
Fax: (630) 829-6547

Master of Science in Clinical Exercise Physiology

While this site is getting an overhaul
Please visit: http://www.benuscience.org/mscep/index.php
for program information.

 

Benedictine University's Master of Science in Clinical Exercise Physiology (M.S.C.E.P.) program is a two-year, part-time program designed in accordance with the American College of Sports Medicine for certification as a Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist (What is a C.E.P.?). Graduates of this program will develop the skills and qualifications to work in the prevention of cardiovascular disease and in the rehabilitation of those who have experienced cardiovascular problems. The program is academically demanding and requires considerable commitment on the part of the student. If you are a highly motivated person who takes pride in building a sound scientific knowledge base about exercise physiology, we encourage you to contact us to set up an interview and an opportunity to see our facilities.

Regina Schurman, Ed.D. successfully defended her doctoral thesis: "Is there a model for success? Exploring the facets of sustainable professional employment among the graduates of clinical exercise physiology programs" on May 10, 2012. This was the culmination of two years of classwork and the evaluation of 21 hours of interviews with professionals in the field of exercise physiology. Her analysis resulted in the development of a model of the criteria identified by these professionals that were essential for achieving professional success as a clinical exercise physiologist. Her work will directly impact the students in our masters programs and will serve as an important resource in the literature as exercise physiologists weigh the importance of licensure for their profession. Congratulations Dr. Regina Schurman!


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